Thinking Musically (2020)

Thinking Musically Uri Bram Anupama Pattabiraman Thinking Musically In a world full of discord and disharmony everyone agrees that music basically rocks But few of us know the why the how or the what of music why certain songs sound inherently sad how singers and
  • Title: Thinking Musically
  • Author: Uri Bram Anupama Pattabiraman
  • ISBN: 9780995529502
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
Thinking Musically Uri Bram Anupama Pattabiraman In a world full of discord and disharmony, everyone agrees that music basically rocks But few of us know the why, the how, or the what of music why certain songs sound inherently sad, how singers and musicians find a harmony or improvise in a jam session or the mathematical patterns that determine everything from the spacing of the piano keys to the thickness of guitar sIn a world full of discord and disharmony, everyone agrees that music basically rocks But few of us know the why, the how, or the what of music why certain songs sound inherently sad, how singers and musicians find a harmony or improvise in a jam session or the mathematical patterns that determine everything from the spacing of the piano keys to the thickness of guitar strings Thinking Musically is the book that shows you how music works , without tying you up in formal musical training Using clear, everyday language and simple analogies, this book will give you the magic of music.
Thinking Musically Uri Bram Anupama Pattabiraman

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One thought on “Thinking Musically

  1. Brian Clegg

    It s difficult to know exactly how to classify Thinking Musically It isn t a science of music book, though it does have a small amount of scientific content Nor can it really be considered a basic music theory book, given it never mentions musical notation I can best describe it as a book that gives a feel for what s going on in music without getting technical, so the reader can get think through, for instance, why some music sounds happy and other pieces sad, simply as a result of choosing a pa [...]

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